Department of Numbers

COVID-19 Case Statistics by State

The data below show COVID-19 case statistics as of Friday May 29 2020. Data is provided by the COVID Tracking Project. Click on a heading to sort or a state name for more testing data as well as historical data.

State Total
Cases
Total
Cases
per 1M
Daily
Positives
(7d Avg)
Daily
Positives
per 1M
(7d Avg)
Total
Deaths
Total
Deaths
per 1M
Daily
Deaths
(7d Avg)
Daily
Deaths
per 1M
(7d Avg)
US 1,736,571 5,234 20,559 62.0 96,891 292.0 956.4 2.88
Alabama 16,823 3,431 466 95.0 605 123.4 9.7 1.98
Alaska 430 588 4 5.1 10 13.7 0.0 0.0
Arizona 18,465 2,537 408 56.1 885 121.6 15.7 2.16
Arkansas 6,538 2,166 132 43.8 125 41.4 1.7 0.57
California 103,886 2,629 2,206 55.8 4,068 103.0 62.6 1.58
Colorado 25,121 4,362 276 47.9 1,421 246.8 15.9 2.75
Connecticut 41,762 11,714 303 85.0 3,868 1,084.9 33.0 9.26
Delaware 9,236 9,485 101 103.7 356 365.6 4.9 4.99
DC 8,538 12,098 92 130.6 460 651.8 6.0 8.5
Florida 54,497 2,537 721 33.6 2,495 116.2 32.4 1.51
Georgia 45,670 4,301 636 59.9 1,974 185.9 27.0 2.54
Hawaii 647 457 0 0.0 17 12.0 0.0 0.0
Idaho 2,769 1,549 34 18.8 82 45.9 0.7 0.4
Illinois 117,455 9,269 1,716 135.4 5,270 415.9 79.3 6.26
Indiana 33,558 4,985 450 66.8 2,110 313.4 24.1 3.59
Iowa 18,926 5,999 346 109.7 522 165.4 13.9 4.39
Kansas 9,719 3,336 109 37.3 208 71.4 3.3 1.13
Kentucky 9,184 2,056 128 28.7 409 91.5 3.3 0.74
Louisiana 38,802 8,347 268 57.7 2,766 595.0 14.0 3.01
Maine 2,226 1,656 40 29.5 85 63.2 1.4 1.06
Maryland 50,988 8,434 938 155.1 2,466 407.9 37.0 6.12
Massachusetts 95,512 13,744 660 95.0 6,718 966.7 70.0 10.07
Michigan 56,621 5,670 387 38.7 5,406 541.3 35.4 3.55
Minnesota 23,531 4,172 647 114.7 1,006 178.4 22.1 3.93
Mississippi 14,790 4,970 309 104.0 710 238.6 16.3 5.47
Missouri 12,795 2,085 177 28.8 738 120.2 9.6 1.56
Montana 493 461 2 1.9 17 15.9 0.1 0.13
Nebraska 13,261 6,855 262 135.6 164 84.8 3.0 1.55
Nevada 8,350 2,711 136 44.0 410 133.1 4.1 1.35
New Hampshire 4,386 3,226 64 47.4 232 170.6 4.7 3.47
New Jersey 158,844 17,883 875 98.5 11,531 1,298.2 78.0 8.78
New Mexico 7,364 3,512 127 60.8 335 159.8 5.9 2.79
New York 368,284 18,931 1,447 74.4 23,780 1,222.4 83.6 4.3
North Carolina 26,488 2,526 696 66.3 859 81.9 18.7 1.78
North Dakota 2,520 3,307 29 38.0 59 77.4 1.0 1.31
Ohio 34,566 2,957 539 46.1 2,131 182.3 37.0 3.17
Oklahoma 6,338 1,602 70 17.6 329 83.1 3.1 0.79
Oregon 4,131 979 38 9.0 151 35.8 0.6 0.14
Pennsylvania 71,339 5,572 726 56.7 5,464 426.8 68.6 5.36
Puerto Rico 3,647 1,142 88 27.6 132 41.3 0.9 0.27
Rhode Island 14,635 13,815 128 121.2 693 654.2 16.3 15.37
South Carolina 11,131 2,162 213 41.4 483 93.8 9.1 1.78
South Dakota 4,866 5,500 73 82.4 59 66.7 1.3 1.45
Tennessee 22,085 3,232 384 56.3 360 52.7 6.4 0.94
Texas 61,006 2,104 1,080 37.2 1,626 56.1 20.9 0.72
Utah 9,264 2,890 172 53.8 107 33.4 2.0 0.62
Vermont 975 1,563 3 5.3 55 88.1 0.1 0.23
Virginia 42,533 4,983 1,083 126.9 1,358 159.1 31.7 3.72
Washington 20,764 2,727 235 30.9 1,106 145.2 8.9 1.16
West Virginia 1,951 1,089 48 26.7 74 41.3 0.4 0.24
Wisconsin 17,707 3,041 473 81.2 568 97.5 10.3 1.77
Wyoming 891 1,540 13 21.7 15 25.9 0.4 0.74